“Why wasn’t my grant funded?” Given most research funding agencies have success rates of 20% or less, this is a question asked by the majority of applicants every year, writes Merlin Crossley.
UNSW researchers have been awarded more than $36 million in funding from the Australian Research Council, leading all universities across the state.
A coal mining moratorium would tackle the problem of curbing carbon emissions at its source, writes Jeremy Moss.
Have you ever wondered what those strange jelly-like globs on Sydney’s beaches are that seem to bloom or swarm in their hundreds, if not thousands, every Spring?
The federal Minister for Education and Training, Senator Simon Birmingham, has opened a new $3.3 million laboratory at UNSW for the creation of advanced materials.
Emergency service workers exposed to traumatic events are set to benefit from the world’s first guidelines to help diagnose and treat post-traumatic stress disorder.
Our high ranking on the world scale for the prevalence of the cancer means Australians should take note of WHO warnings on eating red meat, writes Rosemary Stanton.
The Bragg UNSW Press Prize for Science Writing has been awarded to journalist and author Christine Kenneally for her article The Past May Not Make You Feel Better, about Huntington’s disease.
Cancer is caused by a combination of genetic, environmental and lifestyle factors. So what can you do to reduce your risk? Read the latest from UNSW’s experts.
Sunswift eVe, the Australian two-seater sports coupé built and run by UNSW Engineering students, ended the World Solar Challenge race in fourth place after traversing 3,022 km entirely powered by the sun.